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Building Permits June 1-5

Chuck Gill, 653 Cedar Cove Road SE, new residential building, $345,900 

Reggie Corum, 507 Stewart St. NW, residential electrical, $1,200 

Rodney Roden, 1121 Mason Drive NW, roof conversion, $10,598.97 

Myra Orr, 620 Pennylane St. SE, residential plumbing, $1,400 

Mario Mendoza, 1504 State St. NW, residential electrical, $1,600 

Jamie Cleveland, 302 Broadway St.residential electrical, $200 

Emily Davis, 2004 Cedarwood Drive SW, residential swimming pool, $34,3990 

Lee Greene, 112 Sparkman St. SW, commercial repair, $35,000 

Ray Grantland, 611 Gable Circle SW, commercial repair, $3,780 

Tom Blanton, 1015 Main St. W.residential detached garage, $10,752 

Mario Mendoza, 1504 State St. NW, residential remodel, $10,000 

Norma Penn, 1602 Hayes St.roof conversion, $5,500 

Phillip Assasier, 1222 Lane Road NW, roof conversion, $10,125 

Puckett Apartments, 1232 Main St. W., Apt. K, commercial electrical, $200 

Bert McCarley, 910 Bethel Road NE, residential addition, $60,000 

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Vote before April 12 in the Best of the Best contest

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HACC annual meeting, awards gala slated for May 7 

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